2011 Testing - Jerez - 10th to 13th Feb

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WilliamsF1 wrote:What is the issue with Williams?
Accoring to the Williams Twitter, it's a problem with the rear wing actuator, which seems to be a bit tricky to fix due to its location.

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Sauber and Force India were fast this time last year as well. I wish MB would show us a sign of some speed though. It's wrenching to watch really.

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Lapchart: F. Massa

Lap Time Difference
6 1:23.670
7 1:23.727 +0.057
8 1:34.793 +11.066
11 1:21.046 -13.747
13 1:20.709 -0.337
19 1:35.182 +14.473
29 —-
30 1:22.275
31 1:28.487 +6.212
32 1:22.483 -6.004
33 1:36.536 +14.053
34 1:31.712 -4.824
35 1:31.015 -0.697
36 —-
37 1:31.015
38 1:23.506 -7.509
39 1:23.550 +0.044
40 1:23.968 +0.418
41 1:39.975 +16.007
42 1:30.795 -9.18
43 1:30.363 -0.432
44 —-
45 1:30.363
46 —-
47 1:30.363
48 —-
49 1:30.363
50 —-
51 1:30.363
55 1:26.730 -3.633
56 1:27.583 +0.853
57 —-
58 1:27.583
59 1:22.437 -5.146
60 1:22.619 +0.182
61 1:23.238 +0.619
62 1:23.667 +0.429
63 1:23.428 -0.239
64 1:30.159 +6.731
65 1:23.367 -6.792
66 1:23.552 +0.185
67 1:24.990 +1.438
68 1:23.561 -1.429
69 1:28.620 +5.059
70 1:24.288 -4.332
71 1:24.144 -0.144
72 1:24.732 +0.588
73 1:24.754 +0.022
74 1:39.273 +14.519
75 —-
76 1:39.273
77 1:22.384 -16.889
78 —-
79 1:22.384
80 1:22.613 +0.229
81 —-
82 1:22.613
83 —-
84 1:22.613
85 1:22.446 -0.167
86 1:22.642 +0.196
87 1:29.730 +7.088
88 1:23.478 -6.252
89 1:22.946 -0.532
90 1:22.929 -0.017
91 1:23.407 +0.478
92 —-
93 1:23.407
94 —-
95 1:23.407
96 1:21.971 -1.436
97 —-
98 1:21.971
99 —-
100 1:21.971
101 —-
Lapchart: S. Perez
Lap Time Difference
5 1:26.413
6 1:27.114 +0.701
7 1:23.585 -3.529
9 1:26.242 +2.657
13 1:21.483 -4.759
26 1:23.355 +1.872
33 —-
34 1:24.932
35 1:25.741 +0.809
37 1:25.761 +0.02
38 1:26.337 +0.576
39 1:26.736 +0.399
40 1:27.971 +1.235
41 —-
42 1:27.971
43 1:23.182 -4.789
44 1:23.876 +0.694
45 1:23.396 -0.48
46 1:24.218 +0.822
47 —-
48 1:24.218
49 1:23.607 -0.611
50 1:25.358 +1.751
51 1:23.919 -1.439
52 1:24.102 +0.183
53 1:24.840 +0.738
54 —-
55 1:24.840
56 1:25.230 +0.39
57 1:24.551 -0.679
58 1:25.405 +0.854
59 1:26.116 +0.711
60 —-
61 1:26.116
62 1:25.949 -0.167
63 1:26.099 +0.15
64 1:26.206 +0.107
65 1:26.757 +0.551
66 —-
67 1:26.757
68 1:23.766 -2.991
69 1:23.059 -0.707
70 1:23.032 -0.027
71 1:23.501 +0.469
72 1:23.732 +0.231
73 1:23.846 +0.114
74 —-
75 1:23.846
76 —-
77 1:23.846
78 1:24.882 +1.036
79 1:24.059 -0.823
80 1:25.292 +1.233
81 1:25.738 +0.446
82 —-
83 1:25.738
84 1:26.053 +0.315
85 1:24.899 -1.154
86 1:26.974 +2.075
87 1:25.695 -1.279
88 1:25.476 -0.219
89 1:26.699 +1.223
90 1:25.693 -1.006
91 —-
92 1:25.693
93 —-
94 1:25.693
Lapchart: M. Webber
Lap Time Difference
5 1:24.004
6 —-
7 1:23.194
11 1:22.257 -0.937
28 1:23.257 +1
31 —-
32 1:24.762
33 1:24.203 -0.559
34 1:23.932 -0.271
35 1:23.788 -0.144
36 1:23.821 +0.033
37 1:33.571 +9.75
38 —-
39 1:33.571
40 1:25.538 -8.033
41 —-
42 1:25.838
45 1:26.256 +0.418
46 —-
47 1:25.115
48 1:24.336 -0.779
49 —-
50 1:23.859
51 1:23.745 -0.114
52 1:23.546 -0.199
53 1:23.594 +0.048
54 1:23.404 -0.19
55 1:23.163 -0.241
56 1:23.035 -0.128
57 1:23.918 +0.883
58 1:23.166 -0.752
59 1:23.219 +0.053
60 1:26.603 +3.384
61 1:23.061 -3.542
62 1:23.358 +0.297
63 1:23.558 +0.2
64 1:24.132 +0.574
65 1:24.735 +0.603
66 —-
67 1:24.735
68 —-
69 1:24.735
70 —-
71 1:24.735
72 —-
73 1:22.795
74 1:22.699 -0.096
75 1:23.347 +0.648
76 1:23.748 +0.401
77 1:24.250 +0.502
78 1:23.188 -1.062
79 1:23.487 +0.299
80 1:23.396 -0.091
81 1:23.293 -0.103
82 1:23.526 +0.233
83 1:23.256 -0.27
84 1:23.395 +0.139
85 1:23.500 +0.105
86 —-
87 1:23.500
88 1:21.522 -1.978
89 1:26.881 +5.359
90 1:23.301 -3.58
91 1:28.644 +5.343
92 1:22.896 -5.748
93 1:22.899 +0.003
94 —-
Lapchart: D. Ricciardo
Lap Time Difference
0 1:21.755
4 1:24.987 +3.232
5 1:23.222 -1.765
6 1:23.300 +0.078
7 1:22.931 -0.369
8 —-
9 1:22.443
14 1:22.282 -0.161
24 1:23.125 +0.843
32 —-
33 1:26.012
34 1:25.073 -0.939
35 1:24.625 -0.448
36 1:25.605 +0.98
Lapchart: L. Hamilton
Lap Time Difference
1 —-
5 1:23.854
6 1:23.728 -0.126
7 1:22.283 -1.445
8 1:22.454 +0.171
16 —-
17 1:22.519
18 1:22.713 +0.194
19 1:22.679 -0.034
20 1:31.581 +8.902
21 1:23.082 -8.499
22 1:23.527 +0.445
23 1:23.503 -0.024
24 1:24.273 +0.77
25 1:23.955 -0.318
26 —-
27 1:23.955
28 1:22.717 -1.238
29 1:22.779 +0.062
30 —-
31 1:22.779
32 1:22.759 -0.02
33 1:22.483 -0.276
34 —-
35 1:22.483
36 1:21.914 -0.569
37 —-
38 1:21.914
39 1:21.976 +0.062
40 —-
41 1:21.976
42 —-
43 1:22.958
44 1:28.229 +5.271
45 1:23.053 -5.176
46 1:23.603 +0.55
47 —-
48 1:23.603
49 1:23.558 -0.045
50 —-
51 1:23.558
52 1:23.691 +0.133
53 —-
54 1:23.691
55 1:26.439 +2.748
56 1:23.243 -3.196
57 1:23.952 +0.709
58 —-
Lapchart: J. Aguersuari
Lap Time Difference
0 1:22.689
14 1:23.455 +0.766
15 —-
16 1:22.724
17 1:22.747 +0.023
18 1:31.315 +8.568
19 1:23.423 -7.892
20 1:23.391 -0.032
21 —-
22 1:23.391
23 1:27.165 +3.774
24 —-
25 1:27.165
26 1:27.231 +0.066
27 1:27.329 +0.098
28 1:27.447 +0.118
29 1:27.661 +0.214
30 —-
31 1:27.661
32 —-
33 1:22.929
34 1:22.704 -0.225
35 1:22.926 +0.222
36 1:23.189 +0.263
37 —-
38 1:23.189
39 —-
40 1:29.804
41 1:30.499 +0.695
42 —-
Lapchart: A. Sutil
Lap Time Difference
1 —-
4
5 1:26.442 -33.558
6 —-
7 1:26.442
8 —-
9 1:26.442
10 1:25.055 -1.387
11 1:26.205 +1.15
12 1:25.903 -0.302
13 1:26.036 +0.133
14 1:25.762 -0.274
15 —-
16 1:25.762
17 1:23.701 -2.061
18 1:38.967 +15.266
19 1:23.472 -15.495
20 1:24.638 +1.166
21 1:25.202 +0.564
22 1:25.035 -0.167
23 1:24.921 -0.114
24 1:24.951 +0.03
25 1:24.901 -0.05
26 1:25.069 +0.168
27 1:24.716 -0.353
28 —-
Lapchart: V. Petrov
Lap Time Difference
3 1:33.311
4 1:29.963 -3.348
5 1:28.916 -1.047
7 1:24.453 -4.463
14 1:37.282 +12.829
16 —-
17 1:37.282
18 —-
19 1:37.282
20 —-
21 1:37.282
22 —-
24 1:37.282
25 —-
26 1:27.782
27 1:27.367 -0.415
28 1:27.422 +0.055
29 1:26.266 -1.156
30 1:24.670 -1.596
31 1:25.159 +0.489
32 1:24.761 -0.398
33 1:24.965 +0.204
34 —-
35 1:24.965
36 —-
37 1:26.520
38 1:23.978 -2.542
39 1:28.637 +4.659
40 1:25.428 -3.209
41 —-
42 1:25.428
43 1:26.743 +1.315
44 1:24.384 -2.359
45 1:30.063 +5.679
46 1:24.684 -5.379
47 —-
48 1:24.684
49 1:23.537 -1.147
50 1:24.909 +1.372
51 1:24.843 -0.066
52 1:25.050 +0.207
53 1:25.795 +0.745
54 —-
55 1:25.795
56 1:23.504 -2.291
57 —-
Lapchart: N. Rosberg
Lap Time Difference
5 1:44.087
6 —-
8 1:24.806
16 1:24.917 +0.111
21 —-
22 1:24.986
23 1:25.634 +0.648
24 1:25.462 -0.172
25 1:25.345 -0.117
26 —-
27 1:25.345
28 —-
29 1:25.345
30 1:25.778 +0.433
31 1:25.600 -0.178
32 1:25.695 +0.095
33 1:26.234 +0.539
34 1:26.634 +0.4
35 1:25.781 -0.853
36 1:26.208 +0.427
37 1:26.456 +0.248
38 1:27.658 +1.202
39 1:28.442 +0.784
40 1:31.107 +2.665
41 —-
43 1:31.107
44 —-
45 1:31.107
46 —-
47 1:28.117
48 1:23.992 -4.125
49 1:23.963 -0.029
50 1:24.483 +0.52
51 1:24.512 +0.029
52 1:24.337 -0.175
53 1:24.626 +0.289
54 1:25.005 +0.379
55 1:26.241 +1.236
56 1:25.418 -0.823
57 1:25.376 -0.042
58 1:26.196 +0.82
59 1:26.020 -0.176
60 1:25.727 -0.293
61 —-
62 1:26.504
63 1:27.191 +0.687
64 1:26.809 -0.382
65 —-
66 1:26.809
67 —-
Lapchart: J. Trulli
Lap Time Difference
5 1:27.609
6 1:29.746 +2.137
7 1:26.962 -2.784
9 1:25.854 -1.108
13 1:24.836 -1.018
14 1:24.792 -0.044
27 1:25.528 +0.736
29 —-
30 1:26.628
31 1:26.867 +0.239
32 1:29.616 +2.749
33 1:26.686 -2.93
34 1:26.579 -0.107
35 —-
36 1:26.579
37 1:28.427 +1.848
38 1:28.060 -0.367
39 1:27.320 -0.74
40 1:29.647 +2.327
41 1:27.816 -1.831
42 1:28.359 +0.543
43 —-
44 1:28.359
45 1:30.675 +2.316
46 1:24.458 -6.217
47 —-
48 1:24.458
49 1:24.653 +0.195
50 1:26.303 +1.65
51 1:25.482 -0.821
52 —-
53 1:25.482
54 —-
apchart: Glock
Lap Time Difference
1 —-
2
3 1:25.678 -34.322
4 1:25.580 -0.098
5 1:26.235 +0.655
6 1:35.600 +9.365
7 1:29.252 -6.348
8 1:26.071 -3.181
9 —-
12 1:26.438
13 1:26.850 +0.412
14 1:29.030 +2.18
15 1:26.787 -2.243
16 —-
17 1:26.787
18 1:27.780 +0.993
19 —-
20 1:27.780
21 —-
22 1:27.780
23 —-
24 1:27.780
25 1:25.086 -2.694
26 1:25.201 +0.115
27 1:29.136 +3.935
28 1:35.294 +6.158
29 1:25.698 -9.596
30 —-
31 1:25.698
32 1:33.043 +7.345
33 1:25.902 -7.141
34 1:25.705 -0.197
35 —-
36 1:25.705
37 1:25.616 -0.089
38 1:25.545 -0.071
39 1:25.809 +0.264
40 1:28.986 +3.177
41 1:30.965 +1.979
42 —-




Lapchart: P. Maldonado
Lap Time Difference
2 —-
3
4 —-
5 1:36.297
6 1:35.482 -0.815
7 1:36.161 +0.679
8 1:35.174 -0.987
9 —-
10 1:35.174
11 1:36.992 +1.818
12 1:35.309 -1.683
13 1:34.968 -0.341
14 —-

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Team Lotus Responded to those who were amazed to their slow lap times that : it's very early days - not pushing yet and we did a lot on heavy tanks so no worries!

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At the moment Trulli is les than 2 sec from Schumacher, who is fastest of the day so far :)

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Schumacher 1:20.362

Mercedes still in trouble? :wink:
More could have been done.
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Test Jerez day 2 – Analisi
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Vi riporto la lista dei tempi relativa ai test di Jerez di Venerdì 11 Febbraio 2011. La graduatoria è provvisoria ed è riferita ai tempi realizzati fino alle ore 13.30.



1 Schumacher Mercedes 1m20.352s
2 Massa Ferrari 1m20.413s +0.061
3 Webber Red Bull 1m21.613s +1.261
4 Button McLaren 1m21.614s +1.262
5 Perez Sauber 1m22.256s +1.904
6 Alguersuari Toro Rosso 1m22.556s +2.204
7 Maldonado Williams 1m22.591s +2.239
8 Sutil Force India 1m22.895s +2.543
9 Trulli Lotus 1m23.216s +2.864
10 Petrov Renault 1m23.671s +3.319
Più che la graduatoria dei tempi è importante analizzare i long run effettuati dai piloti questa mattina. Vi riporto una mia analisi sulle prestazioni viste in pista. E’ un analisi che non tiene conto del quantitativo di benzina a bordo su ogni macchina in quanto non abbiamo nessun dato che ce lo può far capire o intuire.

Schumacher durante la mattina ha effettuato principalmente due long run riportanti i seguenti tempi:

01.25,576 01.20,352 01.21,360 01.22,099 01.22,662 01.22,987 01.23,836 01.24,234 01.24,237 01.24,121 01.24,662 MEDIA 1.23,055

01.23,055 01.21,408 01.22,121 01.23,065 01.23,026 01.23,572 01.23,853 01.24,357 01.24,826 01.25,441 01.25,576 MEDIA 1.23,725

Il pilota tedesco riesce ad essere velocissimo nei primi giri però poi accusa un decadimento notevole dei pneumatici . I tempi dai primi passaggi a quelli finali del long run si alzano di ben 4 secondi

Anche Felipe Massa ha messo a segno due significativi long run anche se leggermente più corti rispetto al pilota Mercedes. Ecco i riscontri cronometrici:

01.22,767 01.21,228 01.21,351 01.22,151 01.22,458 01.22,034 01.22,144 01.22,210 MEDIA 01.22,043

01.20,413 01.21,318 01.21,847 01.21,927 01.22,095 01.22,406 01.22,835 MEDIA 01.21,834

Il pilota della Ferrari, a differenza di Schumacher riesce a girare molto costante segno che la Ferrari sembra essere oltre a veloce anche molto gentile sulle gomme. Felipe Massa ha messo a segno il migliore long run della mattinata

Per quanto riguarda la Red Bull, con l’australiano Mark Webber, ci sono stati 2 particolari simulazioni di long run non lunghissimi però pur sempre da considerare. Ecco i tempi:

01.22,6 01.23,6 01.23,4 01.23,1 01.23,6 01.24,4 01.24,7 MEDIA 01.23,6

01.24,7 01.24,2 01.21,8 01.22,8 01.22,7 01.22,6 MEDIA 01.23,1

Anche la Red Bull è molto costante nei tempi ma la media del long run è molto più alta rispetto a quella di Felipe Massa. Qui diventa molto importante il livello di carburante al giro che su questo tracciato incide di 3 decimi ogni 10 kg di benzina in più a bordo.

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JohnsonsEvilTwin wrote:Schumacher 1:20.362

Mercedes still in trouble? :wink:
Perhaps so:
(from http://live.autosport.com/commentary.php/id/307 but with my highlighting)
Schumacher's run, in which he did the fastest lap of the test so far, wasn't a low fuel one: 20.3, 21.3, 22.0, 22.6, 22.9, 23.8, 24.2, 24.2, 24.1, 24.6.

But it took a lot of laps for his times to stabilise and when they did he was around one second slower than where the Red Bull was yesterday, and where Massa is on his current run.
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Looks like Super Softs are only good for a qualy lap, at least for MGP...

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What is Vitaly Petrov doing? Does anyone know? Spending time in the gravel?
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You don't necessarily have to go fast to test. Sometimes they just specify a target for you, and you have to drive that lap time because they're correlating their simulation tools to the real world. Not to mention iron out reliability, and measure loads to make sure the thing doesn't fall apart. This way teams can make use of wind tunnels and CFD to greater effect in a car's development. The targets teams specify are just like in the video game. Conservative and calculated estimates of the car's performance, only in the real world they're a bit more "precise" and the driver actually has to drive close to the targets. So even if a driver has a 1:17 lap in him, the targets are 1:22 etc, and the driver has to pace himself doing certain specified maneuvers in certain parts of a lap. He will push at certain parts and not others, he will break soon in some parts on purpose and later in different laps.

Time like anything else is a variable, when you control that variable (or rather heavily influence it like in this case), it gives the people analyzing the data something concrete to work with. Granted I'm sure the engineers give them liberty here or there to put the stamp down, people become uncontrolled variables when emotions are involved after all. Perhaps that is what draws F1 drivers to rallying, it is the lack of constraint, to just push the car to the limit, and yourself along with it. It's just you vs the clock, it's more simple, raw, tactile however you want to see it. F1 to me seems the starkest of comparisons with it's mega budget corporate image, and complete control by authority. Concordantly, one can't help think of the phrase "speed is nothing without control", without control, your car crashes and almost ends your career. Without control teams cheat, and tantrums get thrown, without control you can't nail the apex of that decreasing radius turn your approaching at 320kph. As with anything in life, the key is to find the right balance of pushing, and restraint.

Anyone that knows about going fast knows it isn't just the nerve to go fast, it's also having the nerve to doubt yourself and slow down. Your experience can work around physics if you have the talent; sadly, you can't work around getting that part about experience, it's relatively essential.
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Pardon me, but can somebody do a graph of the times, like what was done last year?
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schumacher massa button alguersuari webber sutil perez glock petrov maldonado trulli
—- —- 1.26,543 1.22,556 1.21,890 1.24,685 1.22,755 1.25,086 1.29,926 —- —-
—- 1.23,660 1.22,107 1.23,224 1.27,150 1.26,030 1.26,849 1.28,954 1.24,509
1.28,521 1.25,365 1.26,543 1.23,734 1.26,629 1.22,895 1.22,646 —- —- 1.24,227 —-
1.28,027 1.25,068 —- 1.23,974 1.22,543 1.23,059 1.22,477 1.29,741 1.26,849 1.22,887 1.23,216
1.28,716 1.24,866 1.24,086 —- 1.22,339 1.23,140 1.23,064 1.27,610 1.27,487 1.22,591 1.24,565
0 1.36,532 1.23,655 1.23,974 —- —- 1.22,997 —- 1.27,096 1.23,083 1.37,736
1.28,716 1.25,682 —- —- 1.22,339 1.23,140 —- 1.27,610 1.26,261 1.22,639 1.24,148
1.31,191 1.23,655 1.23,974 1.24,311 —- 1.22,997 1.23,808 —- —- 1.24,446
1.31,771 1.25,682 1.23,274 1.22,049 1.21,613 1.24,035 1.22,256 1.25,327 1.26,261 1.22,639 1.24,340
1.33,889 1.22,251 1.23,007 1.22,019 1.21,731 —- 1.22,579 1.25,950 1.40,777 1.24,478 1.24,193
—- 1.21,948 —- 1.23,131 —- 1.24,035 1.23,145 1.26,073 1.43,053 1.23,795 1.24,423
1.33,889 1.22,456 1.23,007 1.22,393 1.21,731 1.23,804 1.23,391 1.26,272 1.47,892 1.23,791 1.24,659
1.21,408 1.22,728 1.21,614 —- 1.22,824 —- —- 1.26,180 1.48,064 —- 1.24,884
1.22,121 1.22,721 1.31,953 1.22,393 1.22,427 1.23,804 1.23,391 1.26,029 1.38,971 1.23,791 —-
1.23,065 1.22,592 1.23,676 —- 1.22,639 1.25,145 1.22,581 1.25,994 1.26,110 1.27,771 1.24,884
1.23,026 1.22,547 1.22,719 1.21,506 —- —- 1.23,465 1.26,075 1.25,835 1.25,752 1.24,100
1.23,572 1.22,767 —- 1.22,198 1.22,639 1.25,145 —- 1.28,499 —- 1.25,429 1.24,109
1.23,853 —- 1.22,719 1.22,512 1.23,568 1.25,756 1.23,465 1.26,072 1.25,835 1.25,404 1.24,284
1.24,357 1.22,767 1.23,144 1.22,724 1.23,388 —- 1.22,373 1.26,043 —- —- 1.23,915
1.24,826 —- 1.36,457 1.22,643 1.23,088 1.25,756 1.22,910 1.28,127 1.23,671 1.25,404 1.23,869
1.25,441 1.22,767 1.24,055 1.22,937 1.23,576 —- 1.23,699 1.26,169 1.29,380 1.23,207 1.23,987
1.25,576 1.21,228 1.23,848 1.22,872 1.24,353 1.25,756 —- 1.26,482 1.24,090 1.23,539 1.26,781
—- 1.39,073 1.23,290 1.23,442 1.24,682 —- 1.23,699 1.26,730 —- 1.27,109 1.23,919
1.25,576 1.21,351 —- —- —- 1.23,876 1.22,190 1.27,393 1.24,090 1.23,203 1.24,235
1.20,352 1.22,151 1.23,290 1.23,442 1.24,682 1.23,689 1.22,746 —- 1.32,932 —- 1.24,477
1.21,360 1.22,458 1.22,823 1.21,214 1.24,209 1.23,794 1.25,318 1.27,393 1.23,675 1.23,203 —-
1.22,099 1.22,034 1.22,812 1.21,620 1.21,764 1.23,846 —- 1.23,828 1.29,268 1.27,683 1.24,477
1.22,662 1.22,144 1.22,963 1.22,333 1.22,788 —- 1.25,318 1.25,016 1.23,041 1.23,497 1.25,775
1.22,987 1.22,210 1.23,061 1.21,947 1.22,670 1.23,846 1.21,857 1.25,432 1.24,443 1.23,486 1.25,995
1.23,836 —- 1.23,089 1.22,350 1.22,589 1.22,445 1.22,736 1.25,666 1.25,591 —- 1.25,083
1.24,234 1.22,210 —- 1.23,597 —- 1.38,819 1.23,070 1.25,716 —- 1.23,486 1.24,927
1.24,237 —- 1.23,089 1.22,541 1.22,589 1.22,767 —- —- 1.25,591 —- 1.24,896
1.24,121 1.20,413 1.21,543 1.22,444 1.26,891 —- 1.23,070 1.25,716 1.25,736 1.23,486 —-
1.24,662 1.35,494 1.30,236 1.22,931 1.25,809 1.22,767 1.22,428 1.23,892 1.23,131 1.27,450 1.24,896
—- 1.21,318 1.26,307 1.23,202 —- 1.23,252 1.24,742 1.25,194 1.28,157 1.29,423 1.25,175
1.24,662 1.21,847 1.22,368 —- 1.25,809 1.23,483 1.23,081 1.25,437 1.24,274 —- 1.24,481
—- 1.21,927 —- 1.23,202 1.29,249 1.24,356 1.23,094 1.26,034 1.24,088 1.29,423 1.24,434
1.24,662 1.22,095 1.22,368 1.21,597 1.23,765 1.24,669 1.23,678 1.26,343 1.24,159 —-
1.24,952 1.22,406 1.21,009 1.21,739 1.23,391 1.24,474 —- —- —-
1.23,482 1.22,835 1.22,629 1.21,801 —- —- 1.23,678 1.26,343 1.24,159
1.33,616 —- —- 1.21,983 1.23,391 1.24,474 1.24,109 1.22,208 1.22,636
1.23,648 1.22,835 1.22,629 1.22,045 1.25,384 1.22,066 1.23,678 1.23,702 1.22,493
1.23,618 1.22,235 —- —- 1.25,427 1.36,459 1.23,660 1.24,452 1.23,404
1.23,908 1.22,307 1.22,629 1.22,045 1.25,131 1.22,563 1.23,710 —- 1.32,137
1.24,127 1.22,721 1.21,396 1.22,058 1.24,865 —- —- 1.23,160
1.24,198 1.22,627 —- 1.22,938 1.24,802 1.22,563 1.23,710 1.24,056
1.24,138 1.23,193 1.21,396 1.22,527 —- 1.22,153 —- —-
1.24,268 1.22,722 1.23,644 —- 1.24,435 1.37,309 1.24,056
1.24,395 1.22,616 1.23,547 1.22,527 1.24,548 —- —-
1.24,993 —- 1.23,722 1.25,461 1.24,919 1.37,309 1.24,056
1.24,736 1.22,616 1.23,853 1.25,394 1.28,562 —- —-
1.25,393 1.21,859 1.23,840 1.26,316 1.24,356 1.37,309 1.30,705
1.25,604 1.22,083 1.23,991 1.26,437 1.24,291 1.23,324 —-
1.26,442 1.22,132 —- 1.33,827 1.24,416 1.23,952 1.30,705
1.26,594 1.26,541 1.23,991 —- 1.25,435 1.24,097 1.26,822
1.26,382 1.22,261 1.23,038 1.33,827 1.25,056 1.24,650 1.25,875
1.27,683 1.26,608 1.23,094 1.21,911 1.25,384 —- 1.25,583
—- 1.23,269 1.23,394 1.22,040 1.25,901 1.24,650 1.28,220
1.27,683 1.22,896 1.23,664 1.22,273 1.26,763 1.21,780 1.26,785
1.23,906 —- —- 1.22,663 —- —- 1.26,285
1.23,336 1.22,896 1.23,664 1.22,685 1.26,763 1.21,780 —-
1.23,893 —- 1.23,756 —- —- 1.27,446 1.26,285
1.25,189 1.22,896 1.23,681 1.22,471 1.27,560 1.27,593 —-
1.23,856 —- 1.24,632 1.22,632 1.28,178 1.27,875
1.24,057 1.22,896 —- 1.23,819 1.28,415 1.28,047
1.24,139 —- 1.29,704 —- 1.28,077
1.24,604 1.23,644 —- 1.28,415 —-
1.24,696 1.24,312 1.26,005 1.28,077
1.24,643 1.24,884 1.25,626 1.28,434
1.28,360 —- 1.25,308 1.27,338
1.26,297 1.24,884 1.24,430 —-
1.25,404 1.26,687 1.26,392
1.25,625 1.26,867 —-
1.26,062 1.26,408 1.26,392
1.25,914 1.26,541 1.24,389
1.26,465 1.26,494 1.23,833
1.27,328 1.27,018 1.23,667
1.28,287 1.27,441 1.23,681
—- 1.27,181 1.23,485
1.28,287 —- 1.23,583
1.24,149 1.27,181 1.23,569
1.23,891 —- —-
1.24,038 1.27,181 1.23,557
1.24,796 —- 1.24,165
1.24,427 1.26,246 1.28,257
1.24,584 1.26,190 1.23,632
1.24,395 1.26,470 1.23,945
1.24,674 1.26,929 —-
1.24,691 1.26,530 1.23,945
1.24,830 1.26,825 1.22,798
1.25,250 1.27,089 1.22,757
1.25,486 1.27,079 1.22,763
1.26,119 1.27,293 —-
1.26,808 1.27,402 1.22,763
1.27,360 1.28,236 1.23,658
1.27,361 1.28,734 1.24,090
—- 1.29,311 1.23,595
1.27,361 —- 1.23,412
1.23,498 1.29,311 1.23,312
1.23,579 1.26,563 1.23,362
1.23,923 1.26,447 1.28,670
1.24,422 1.26,579 1.23,740
1.24,251 1.26,685 1.24,561
1.24,589 1.26,957 1.23,912
1.24,659 1.27,030 1.24,448
1.25,156 1.27,213 1.25,333
1.24,995 1.27,554 —-
1.25,678 1.27,802
1.25,655 1.28,611
1.25,763 1.29,125
—- —-
1.29,125
—-
1.29,125
—-

feynman
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Re: Testing 2011 - Jerez - 10th to 13th Feb

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godlameroso wrote:You don't necessarily have to go fast to test...
I'd state it a lot stronger than that, "you can't properly test if you go fast".

Any constructive, reliable, testing program requires minimization of variables, you want to systematically quantify and cross-correlate the effect of your applied changes.

If a driver is going full-bananas, fighting to hang onto to the edge of a corner exit, then any subtle changes you are making to the car are swamped by the noise generated by the car running at the ragged edge of its grip envelope.

Back everything off to 90%, have the driver drive taxi-driver style, one elbow out the cockpit, nice and easy, then you can now begin to test, to begin to properly figure out what actually happens when you change wings or springs.

n_anirudh
n_anirudh
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Re: Testing 2011 - Jerez - 10th to 13th Feb

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    Image

    flow viz on the RB7

    IS the line thru the words RENAULT just the location where the parrafin wax+dye has been added, or a flow feature formed by the separation when the wing was in low drag position??